Okay, so not a rangemaster to 100% specs, but here's the deal... I was given an old Direct Box that was broken and decided to use that as the enclosure for my first DIY pedal, a rangemaster simple enough to boost my confidence in building this stuff. Well, I don't have all the right parts to make this germanium transistor based (I'm really just missing a good germanium transistor and will probably snag one of ebay. I got some stripboard from Tayda (man there stuff is reasonably priced) and enough caps and resistors to build two circuits plus some extra resistors 'cause they were so cheap. Well, I finished the board with a silicon Radio Shack and it's a pretty small board. I have a DPDT two way switch laying around and though I could build the same circuit again only use a germanium OC44 and wire it up so that the switch basically switches between the two identical circuit other than the transistor. More for practice soldering, laying out clean stripboards and just to see if I can do it, but I thought it would also be a good experiment to have a boost pedal based on a silicon transistor and germanium just to get a good A/B of the two and to see which one I like better and which one my more experienced and tone savvy guitar friends like (kind of like a blind taste test). Anyway, taking the old direct box to dad's today to have him help me drill a few extra holes and then just waiting on the germanium transistor. Maybe I'll post some sound clips if I get that ambitious, but I'll at least show pictures. Heck, with the size of the box, I could probably fit another board in there, but I just had a thought to try and add that 6 way switch mod I've seen with different capacitors that would dictate what frequencies got boosted.